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Enamour returns to Anjunadeep with his four-track ‘Revelator EP’. The American DJ and producer has previously released with Armada, Last Night On Earth, Get Physical and Einmusika, as well as remixing tracks from artists including Lane 8, Above & Beyond, Cassian, Nils Hoffmann, and Hayden James.
The EP will be Enamour’s second solo release with Anjunadeep following his 2021 ‘Say Hello EP’, which has accrued just shy of 7M streams to date. ‘Revelator EP’ is another example of Enamour’s signature blend of evocative melodies and driving progressive house that has earned him support from press and peers such as Sirius XM, DJ Mag, Mixmag, KCRW’s Jason Bentley, Eelke Kleijn, Gorgon City, Nora en Pure, David Hohme, and Dosem.
As well as including a ‘Sunrise Dub’ version on the EP, focus track ‘Healer’ also features the dreamy, pop-infused vocals of shobi (real name Margarida Falcao), otherwise known for her role as vocalist for electropop group Vaarwell.
‘With this EP I wanted to show my range as a producer while maintaining a euphoric and uplifting thread throughout the entire pack’ Enamour says. ‘These tracks have already created many special moments on the dancefloor, but I’m excited to see how fans connect with each of them; I find that emotional tracks like these have a lot of potential for healing, and listeners can engage with them deeply.’
Release Date: 20th September 2022
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Atlanta Music Festivals
For centuries, people have recognized the importance of music. Only the ancient Greek philosopher Democritus denied the necessity of music. Although this view still exists today, recent advances in the psychological understanding of play have helped to dispel it. Nevertheless, the role of music in human life is still debated. But this discussion should not deter us from appreciating the art of music.
The roots of rock and roll can be traced back to the 1960s, when it was first known as “rock and roll.” Its ebullient and fast-paced music has inspired numerous genres. Rock and roll bands are often referred to as “rockers” for their energetic stage presence. In LA, early rock and roll bands established a legacy along the Sunset Strip. This movement grew into the punk rock movement, which brought in groups like X, Black Flag, and the Germs.
Music festivals are a popular way to enjoy music. Many are held outdoors and often feature other attractions besides live music. Some of them are annual, while others are one-time events. They may be for-profit concerts, or they may benefit a particular charitable cause. In some cases, the bands themselves may also participate in activities related to social issues.
Atlanta is home to a large number of award-winning musicians. Pop stars include 2 Chainz, B.o.B., and Keri Hilson. In the country genre, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean are popular. Other artists, such as Lady Antebellum, have made their mark on the music industry in the state.